Adam Jardine

Department of Linguistics, Rutgers University
Rm 205A, 18 Seminary Pl, New Brunswick, NJ
adam.jardine@rutgers.edu

Papers, book chapters, etc.

Soon

(To appear.) Nate Koser and Adam Jardine. The complexity of optimizing over strictly local constraints. To appear in U. Penn Working Papers in Linguistics 26:1. [manuscript]
(To appear.) Adam Jardine. Autosegmental representations in Zigula and Shambaa. To appear as a chapter in Jeffrey Heinz, et al., Doing Computational Phonology. [manuscript]
(Under review.) Adam Jardine. Learning local and non-local interactions in tone. [manuscript]
(Under revision.) Adam Jardine, Nicholas Danis, and Luca Iacoponi. A formal investigation of Q-Theory in comparison to Autosegmental Representations. [mansucript]
(Under revision.) Adam Jardine. First-order definable phonological structure. [manuscript]

2019

Jane Chandlee and Adam Jardine. Quantifier-free Least-Fixed Point Functions for Phonology. Proceedings of MOL 16, pp. 50-62. [manuscript][pub][bib]
Adam Jardine. Computation also matters: A response to Pater 2018. Phonology 36(2), pp. 341–350. [manuscript][pub][bib]
Nathan Koser, Christopher Oakden, and Adam Jardine. Tone Association and Output Locality in Non-Linear Structures. In Hout et al., Supplemental proceedings of AMP 2019. [manuscript][pub][bib]
Jane Chandlee and Adam Jardine. Autosegmental Input Strictly Local functions. Transactions of the Association for Computational Linguistics 7, pp. 157-168. [pub link][bib]
Adam Jardine. The expressivity of autosegmental grammars. Journal of Language, Logic, and Information, 28:9-54. [pub link][bib]
Nick Danis and Adam Jardine. Q-Theory Representations and Autosegmental Representations are logically equivalent. Proceedings of Society for Computation in Linguistics 2019, Volume 2, Article 5. [pdf][pub][bib]

2018

Jane Chandlee, Jeffrey Heinz, and Adam Jardine. Input Strictly Local opaque maps. Phonology 35(2), pp. 1-35. [pub link][bib]

2017

Adam Jardine. The local nature of tone-association patterns. Phonology 34(2), pp. 385-405. [pub link][manuscript][bib]
Adam Jardine. On the logical complexity of autosegmental representations. Proceedings of the 15th Meeting on the Mathematics of Language (MOL 2017), pp. 22-35. ACL. [pub link][manuscript][bib]
Adam Jardine and Kevin McMullin. Efficient Learning of Tier-based Strictly k-Local Languages. In Frank Drewes, Carlos Martín-Vide, and Bianca Truthe (eds.), Proceedings of Language and Automata Theory and Applications, 11th International Conference, pp. 64-76. Lecture Notes in Computer Science series. Springer. [pub link][manuscript][bib]

2016

Adam Jardine. Computationally, tone is different. Phonology 33(2), pp. 247–283. [pub link][manuscript (long version)] [short version][bib]
Adam Jardine and Jeffrey Heinz. Markedness constraints are negative: an autosegmental constraint definition language. Proceedings of the 51st Annual Meeting of the Chicago Linguistic Society. [manuscript] [bib]
Kevin Leahy, Prasanna Kannappan, Adam Jardine, Jeffrey Heinz, Bert Tanner, and Calin Belta. Integration of Deterministic Inference with Formal Synthesis for Control under Uncertainty. Proceedings of the 2016 American Control Conference, pp. 4829–4834. IEEE. [link][bib]
Adam Jardine. Locality and non-linear representations in tonal phonology. Doctoral dissertation, University of Delaware. [pdf][bib]
Jane Chandlee, Adam Jardine, and Jeffrey Heinz. Learning repairs for marked structures. Proceedings of the 2014 Annual Meeting on Phonology. LSA. [link][manuscript][bib]
Konstantinos Karydis, Prasanna Kannappan, Herbert G. Tanner, Adam Jardine, and Jeffrey Heinz. Resilience through Learning in Multi-Agent Cyber-Physical Systems. Frontiers in Robotics and AI 3(36). [link][bib]
Adam Jardine and Jeffrey Heinz. Learning Tier-based Strictly 2-Local Languages. Transactions of the Association for Computational Linguistics 4, pp. 87-98. [pub link][manuscript][bib]
Adam Jardine. Learning tiers for long-distance phonotactics. In Laurel Perkins et al., eds., Proceedings of the 6th Conference on Generative Approaches to Language Acquisition North America (GALANA 2015), pp. 60-72. Somerville, MA: Cascadilla Proceedings Project. [pub link][manuscript][bib]

2015

Adam Jardine, Angeliki Athanasopoulou, Kristian, and Peter Cole. Banyaduq prestopped nasals: Synchrony and diachrony. Oceanic Linguistics 54(2), pp. 548-578. [link][manuscript][bib]

Adam Jardine and Jeffrey Heinz. A concatenation operation to derive autosegmental graphs. In Kuhlman, Mark, Makoto Kanazawa and Gregory M. Kobele, eds., Proceedings of the 14th Meeting on Mathematics of Language (MOL 2015), pp. 139-151. ACL. [link][pdf][bib]

2014

Adam Jardine, Jane Chandlee, Rémi Eyraud, and Jeffrey Heinz. Very efficient learning of structured classes of subsequential functions from positive data. In Clark, Alex, Makoto Kanazawa and Ryo Yoshinaka, eds., JMLR MLR Workshop and Conference Proceedings 34, Proceedings of the 12th International Colloquium on Grammatical Inference, pp. 94-108. [link][pdf][bib]
Jane Chandlee and Adam Jardine. Learning Phonological Mappings by Learning Strictly Local Functions. In Kingston, John, Claire Moore-Cantwell, Joe Pater, and Robert Staubs, eds., Proceedings of the 2013 Meeting on Phonology. LSA. [link][bib]
Adam Jardine. Logic and the Generative Power of Autosegmental Phonology. In Kingston, John, Claire Moore-Cantwell, Joe Pater, and Robert Staubs, eds., Supplemental Proceedings of the 2013 Meeting on Phonology. LSA. [link][manuscript][bib]